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Harvard Historical Studies 125

From the Other Shore

Russian Social Democracy after 1921

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$36.50 • £29.95 • €33.00

ISBN 9780674325180

Publication Date: 05/01/1999

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464 pages

6-1/4 x 9-1/4 inches

9 halftones; 1 line illustration

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  • Introduction
  • 1. The Menshevik Family
    • A Group Portrait
    • A Portrait Gallery
  • 2. Mensheviks and Bolsheviks
    • A Phenomenology of Factions
    • The Second Congress and Its Aftermath
    • Revolutionary Rehearsal
    • After the Revolution (1905)
    • Into the Great War
  • 3. From Exile to Exile
    • War
    • Revolution
    • Facing Bolshevik Power
    • Within the Party
    • Personal Itineraries
  • 4. Inside and Outside
    • Settling into Exile
    • The Political Economy of NEP
    • The Nature of NEP Russia
    • The Party Underground
    • Watching the Kremlin
  • 5. Mensheviks and the Wider World
    • Into the International Arena
    • Menshevik Foreign Relations
    • Fraternal Parties
  • 6. Stalin’s Revolution
    • The Great Turn
    • Socialist Debates
    • The Menshevik Trial
  • 7. Hard Times
    • Life in France
    • Contacts
    • The Totalitarian Nexus
    • Purges and Politics
    • Search for Unity
    • Division and Defeat
  • 8. Sea Change
    • New Roads and Old
    • The Last of the Martoy Line
    • The End of the Foreign Delegation
    • Waging the Cold War
    • The American File
    • The Final Campaign
  • Conclusion
  • Biographical Summaries
  • Abreviations
  • Notes
  • Sources
  • Index

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